Level 26 (30000/60000/60000)
Total Entries: 385
Players Remaining: 3
Chip Average: 2,566,667
When three-handed play began, Jerry Moore held 3,420,000 chips; Kiran Suram held 2,760,000 chips; and Louie Huynh held 1,520,000. The three players began discussing a chop as they played a few hands, and ultimately reached an agreement that awarded Moore $38,417 and the title of RGPS Main Event Champion.
The Omaha, Nebraska resident is a former flooring and remodeling contractor who used his experience and expertise to go into the house-flipping business. Moore left that behind just shy of a decade ago to pursue a career as a professional poker player and he hasn't looked back. Asked what he'll do with his winnings, his first answer was, "Nothing," but later clarified that it would be added to his poker bankroll to play more events, including the final RGPS fall stop in December.
The chop agreement will see second-place and $36,917 go to Kiran Suram, while Louie Huynh receives $32,417. Moore collected the championship belt buckle for himself but elected to gift the cowboy boots from Boot Factory Outlet to Suram.
Congratulations Jerry, Kiran, and Louie on an excellent run!
RunGood would like to thank all of the players and staff at the Hard Rock for making the RGPS Old West such an exciting and fun-filled week! We broke attendance records in multiple events and paid out record prizes as a result. We couldn't do it without you!
The next and final stop on the RGPS Old West tour is Downstream Casino in Joplin, Missouri, from December 4th-9th. We hope to see you there!